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in our country, you think he is serious about running. >> 73 in the u.s. senate, is a youth member, and that is where the vice president's roots are and yes, i think he'll make a decision sometime later, put to keep his options open, he'll be courting donors and activists in ohio and new hampshire and elsewhere. >> i think the implementation of obamacare will be the political story of 2013. the rise in cost in premiums, dislocations on the job, more people put into part-time status. controversy over the start of the exchanges, with republican governors refusing to do it in their states. and, the loss of employer-based health coverage. for a lot of people, you have to remember, president obama campaigned by saying, if you like your coverage now, you can keep it. that will be put to the test, this year. >> chris: kirsten? >> i think that based on what happened in the last election, the republicans finally realized, for political reasons, they will have to start to look at immigration reform, something the president wanted to do before, but, really couldn't, because the republicans we
hurricane sandy hit the u.s. treasury every two weeks. given that, though, what do you think of the president's new stripped-down plan which would reduce the debt by less than 2 sandies in the first year? >> the president is not serious about reducing the debt and that has become evident over the last four years, as we continue to grow the deficit and it will be evident over the next four years, on the other hand, we have a practical problem, ten days from now, the fiscal cliff and on that, i think as i said many times on the show, republicans will be women advised to accept the fact the president won the election and minimize the damage done by the tax increases that are coming. >> chris: you would vote for the stripped-down obama plan. >> i would go for what the speaker tried to do late last week and try to get the number up, and, yes, the tax increase on the wealthy, i would try to protect investments as much as possible and keep dividends at reasonable rates, and, do the amt patch and a reasonable deal on state taxes, but i'm a squish on this, and totally, you have to mak
to be checked at all. that is a loophole we ought to close. assault weapons, these were developed by the u.s. military, originally. as weapons of war. and, i think we ought to restore that assault weapons ban, because, not to take anybody's guns away from them, they have now. but, to stop the manufacture and sale of those weapons. now. because, look what lanza did to these poor kids. >> chris: let's talk about a couple of other things. mental illness. this is obviously a disturbed boy and many of these other cases. >> correct. >> chris: homes in aurora, the entertainment industry, the statistics are, kids will have watched thousands of acts of violence on videos, on games and movies and tv, by the time, you know, they are ten. specifically what kind of thing can we do about that? >> that is why i think we need a national commission, i spent enough time on this question of violence, and the entertainment culture, to reach this conclusion: the violence in the entertainment culture, particularly with the extraordinary realism to video games and movies now, et cetera, does cause vulnerable young
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